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Stocks rise after stronger-than-expected earnings from Boeing and Twitter.
The Dow rallied to close the day in the green after falling as much as 200 points in the session.
Social media stocks were especially hard hit Wednesday.
Our sale today reflects, in part, concerns with the upcoming print from Apple.
There is likely more headline risk to our front than to our rear.
U.S. stock futures point to further losses for Wall Street and global stocks slump on Wednesday; Facebook, Boeing and AMD report earnings; Takeda sweetens offer for Shire.
As Wall Street prepares for another rough day, these are the business stories you must know.
Qualcomm's takeover bid for NXP is awaiting approval from Chinese regulators.
Forward looking valuations, except for Nvidia, are very low.
And, globally, mergers and acquisitions are off to their best start ever for a new year.
Is the 10 year Treasury crossing 3% trouble? I think that analysis is dead wrong, stupid, even.
Jim Cramer says analysts and trade woes put a damper on buying ahead of the weekend. So let's get the game plan for next week.
Semiconductor stocks have lost some of their luster this week.
Stocks fall on Friday as sharp gains in General Electric are offset by slumping Apple shares.
General Electric's first quarter was far from clean, despite investors cheering the results. TheStreet offers up its latest investing tip of the day ahead of the weekend.
As investors react to the latest round of earnings from GE, these are the headlines you must know.
U.S. stock futures turn higher; GE and Honeywell report earnings; Wells Fargo reportedly is to be fined $1 billion; Qualcomm begins jobs cuts.
Jim Cramer looks at Lennar, LG Homes, GrubHub, Sprint, Acadia Pharmaceuticals, Pilgrim's Pride, Opko Health and more.
John Ferriola, chairman, president and CEO of Nucor, tells Jim Cramer about the impact of steel and aluminum tariffs.
Jim Cramer considers whether Cisco, Juniper and Intel could suffer in the regulatory battles with China.
Interest rates, inflation and bonds all add up, says Jim Cramer. And now, the trade war with China's getting ugly.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, April 19.
Markets had their worst day of trading this week Thursday, with all three major indices closing the day in the red.
Seeing what other mobile names say gives us clues about AXTI and NOK's coming results.
Latest salvo in China trade war damages tech while higher rates and oil undercut consumer goods and housing.
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